Having just covered how to add your billing details in Google your next question is most likely to be “How can I add a user to my Google cloud project APIs?” Well we’ve got the answer. As your website grows in addition with your company from time to time your web developer will need access to your Google Cloud Platform project. In the light of recent privacy […]
Now that the dust has settled from the shock and despair of Google withdrawing the maps API from unregistered free usage. You’ve slept on it and made the decision to acquiesce in their request, but what’s next? How do I add my billing details to Google? I hear you ask. We’ve put together a short video with step by step instructions on how to add your […]
You may have recently been in touch regarding your Google map not displaying correctly, we applied an updated key which in most cases resolved the issue, but only temporarily. However as forewarned from July 16, 2018, to continue to use Google Maps APIs, you must enable billing on your account. In most cases you will not be charged, credit card details are required to make […]
Here are some agencies and portals spotted advertising on Google this afternoon for a handful of CDS property keywords in English on Google.co.uk. I didn’t clear my browsing history so it’s possible some were triggered via Remarketing instead of the keywords. In any case it’s all Google Ads. I’ve removed any clients of ours from the list.
Local search is becoming an ever important element of search engine result pages (SERPs) and Google My Business, which plays an important role in boosting rankings for local searches, is a must have for bolstering online presence outside the confinements of a website. With Google My Business profiles being the most influential factor in local searches, it is important to ensure that your listing is […]
If you’re not going to add content to a blog or your social media, best not to have it. Just because you do add stuff to it, doesn’t mean it’s worth doing either. I’ll explain. I realised we hadn’t added anything to this blog for a while so figured let’s write about, why/if one should… this is my opinion only and not that of Voodoo so […]
Newer versions of the Chrome browser’s will focus on highlighting the negative security of websites. Previously secured websites would show a green padlock with the word “secure” website. Now they plan to retire that in favour of only displaying “not Secure” warnings. Chrome Security Product Manager Emily Schechter has announced that Chrome 69, which will be available in September, will stop marking HTTPS sites as […]
We live in a fast moving world where people want (and expect) to have everything at their fingertips; less time to spare and even less patience to wait. Time matters. Speed matters, especially when it comes to web pages. In fact, Akamai – a leading content delivery network (CDN) services provider – asked 1,048 online shoppers how long they expected a web page to take […]
European privacy laws and spam regulations form the Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communication (EU E-Privacy Directive). Although the main goal of the regulation is outlined by the E-Privacy Directive, each country is free to interpret it into local law. This lack of consistency means that each EU member state has different email and privacy laws. The new law – The General Data Protection Regulation […]
Property agents and real estate companies will be familiar with lead generation and the positive impact it can have on a business. Many agents are missing the opportunity of turning a property inquiry into a sale because they are not tracking the leads in the first place. There are many steps between getting an initial property inquiry to selling the property and handing over the […]
The basic point is this: It’s bad to continually delete and add new lists to MailChimp willy-nilly. There are many reasons, but these are 4 which spring to mind: 1. You lose all the unsubscribes and cleaned emails each time, as well as all the list stats. The best way is to update lists. If someone unsubscribes from the list but you then delete said […]
Obtaining new leads can be a relatively straightforward process, but following up those leads and engaging with the client seems to be more hit than miss for most companies. We are going to take a look at the 3 main “undisputed truths” about lead nurturing, according to Seth Price, marketing strategist and content contributor at martechtoday.com. 1. Follow-ups have no limit Many companies have a […]
Mobile vs. desktop searches produce different ranking results almost 80% of the time, reports BrightEdge – one of the leading content performance marketing platforms.
It has been two years since Google first announced to the world that search queries from smartphones and tablets had overtaken desktop searches. Although Google and Bing have not since released any official updates regarding the volume of mobile traffic vs. desktop traffic, many leading content performance marketing platforms support Google’s initial announcement.
Push Notifications are messages that come from an app or website. These messages appear on your desktop or device, even when you are not using the app or website! The primary use of push notifications is the delivery of content as fast as possible.
The main aim of a marketing campaign is to get a user to buy (or buy into) your product or service, and that aim hasn’t really changed. But what has changed is how you can successfully do this in today’s competitive online market where users are generally more cautious and distrusting of brands… and that’s by using social proof.
SEO could be about to be turned on its head & those who have invested heavily into their Google ranking are not happy… Google are in the experimental stages of creating a new mobile-first index which will rank its search listings based on the mobile version of content, rather than the current desktop version…but ‘don’t freak out’ says Google’s Gary Illyes, there is still time to […]
Following Google announcement in recent years that it would boost ranking of secured HTTPS/SSL websites in search results. It has come to our attention that Google’s Chrome browser will start showing a not secure warning when password or credit card fields are detected on an HTTP page.
Client Q. I would like to hear your views on SEO and Google ranking. There are some people who claim that they can bypass the ranking and get us to the top….
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